|Picture from Paranormal Animals of Europe|
The Peryton (Cervus insolens), or 'winged deer', appears as an average forest deer, save the large brown wings that sprout from its shoulder blades. Like most deer, it feeds on roots, grubs, tubers and berries, but it has also developed large incisors in order to feed on its prey of choice: large sheep and goats and the occasional metahuman.
Generally, it takes flight to survey the area for potential prey. Then, when the prey has been spotted, it will swoop out of the sky, knocking the prey to the ground with its large antlers. It then proceeds to crush and tear at the prey with its incisors and clawed hooves rending the victim into its next meal.